Hi Simcha, Nice timing indeed, lol! It came up in conversation today so off to google to find out more info about it... Thank you for the info and the link.dita_guy
Howdy Eric, What timing! I have been playing with FOP 2.0 for a couple of weeks and just a few seconds ago opened an issue in github (simcha_g
Looking at the release notes, it looks like the biggest improvement is partial support for side floats, although the lack of support for the clear propertydrmacro
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